Chairman of Nigerian Communications Commission(NCC), Professor Adeolu Akande, has commiserated with all sons and daughters of Ibadan land including non-indigenes who are residents of Ibadan over the demise of His Royal Majesty,Oba Soliu Akanmu Adetunji,Aje Ogungunniso1.
Akande, in a condolence message, described the death of Obama Adetunji in less than a month to that of the Soun of Ogbomosoland as a collosal loss to Oyo state .
“As much as we know that the two first class monarchs died at the ripe age of over 90 years,we will sorely miss their elderly wisdom and wise counsel. We are however consoled that they lived a fulfilled life.
“Oba Adetunji’s attainment in life should be a source of inspiration to the younger generation. He achieved greatness as a businessman through dint of hardwork. He was a successful entrepreneur and socialite. He founded the famous Omo Aje records which promoted and brought to limelight popular musicians like Chief Wasiu Ayinde Mashal, KWAM 1.
“I commiserate with all sons and daughters of Ibadan land on the death of Oba Adetunji. My special condolence goes to the family of our Baba and the President General of the Central Council Of Ibadan Indigenes(CCII). May Allah accept the return of Oba Adetunji,” Akande said.